As planned, the training camp was completed in Karlstad during the weekend.
There were 10 Finnjolleseglare who had heard the invitation and the weight Saturday-Sunday to be able to fill their knowledge bank with tips and suggestions on how to sail a Finnjolle as quickly as possible during Tonny Nyrén's coaching.
Then on Saturday it was far too much. Did we have to go to theory, look at how different masters bend etc.
By the end of the day, Erik, Fredrik and Johannes would defy the hard and cool winds and poured out on the water. During the approximately hour that the guys were wrestled with the hard wind, the other participants were allowed to act as spectators on land.
The sun, on the other hand, offered sunshine, about 10 plus degrees and a fairly strong northern wind. On the water we could run different speed exercises in smaller groups. The participants were practiced to "start" with race on short courses. A number of short-term finishing races with 3 minutes preparation time and two turns on a fairly long run were conducted.
During the last race, a very windy wind farm crossed the field. Everybody stood up, but it was a big challenge for many of the less experienced sailors. When the wind farm had passed, it became almost windless and the sailors got a calm and calm seal at KKF's club building.
Sailing Greetings Torsten Jarnstam / SWE 111
Chairman of the Swedish Finnjolleförbundet